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Police: Naked Burglary Suspect Arrested In OKC With Drugs, Sex Toy

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Raymond David Hulsey, 58, was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on six complaints including suspicion of burglary II, public indecency and public intoxication. Raymond David Hulsey, 58, was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on six complaints including suspicion of burglary II, public indecency and public intoxication.
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Police say an Oklahoma City man gave a northwest side neighborhood quite the show in nothing but his birthday suit early Monday. Now the suspect could be facing a slew of charges.

Raymond David Hulsey, 58, was booked into the Oklahoma County jail on six complaints including suspicion of burglary II, public indecency and public intoxication. According to court records, Hulsey already has 13 convictions in Oklahoma.

Police say, around 4 a.m. Monday, Maria Dolrodo heard a noise coming from her backyard. That's when Dolrodo says she looked out her window and got an eye-full. The family says Hulsey took clear plastic coverings off windows in an attempt to break into the house. Witnesses say he used a piece of wood form a nearby fence to bang on the windows. Police found Hulsey drunk with drugs and a sex toy, according to MSgt. Gary Knight of the Oklahoma City police department.

"I've been here for 15 years and never had a problem," neighbor Jim Hunsucker said.

Neighbors say the area is usually quiet. They realize this situation could have been much worse.

"[My mom] was crying when she called me this morning," Dolrodo's daughter Yovanna Chacon said.

Hulsey's criminal history includes mostly drug offenses, with some weapon violations. Before his early-morning arrest, Hulsey was already facing two charges from a meth bust in 2012.

Hulsey is being held without bond.

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